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Benjamin Britten, " Ar noson aeaf oer / In freezing winter night " [Ceremony of Carols], SSA + harp (or piano), + Solfa. B&H M060014550, 1946....
Martin Shaw, " With a Voice of Singing" arr. TTBB + piano, + Solfa. Curwen archive 1956, JC50843. English lyrics only.
John Barry's famous Bond theme, arr. by Thomas Lydon for TTBB + piano. Novello Choral Pops series, 1971 / 2013. English lyrics only.
Marvin Hamlisch's famous Bond theme, from "The Spy who Loved Me" , arr. by Thomas Lydon for TTBB + piano. Novello Choral Pops series, 1977 / 2013....
Aaron Copland's arrangement of the revivalist song "Zion's Walls", credited to John G. McCurry in the book "Social Harp" of 1855 - originally published...
John Barry's famous Bond theme, arr. by Thomas Lydon for TTBB + piano. Novello Choral Pops series, 1964 / 2013. English lyrics only.
Leonard Bernstein's great 1956 love song from "West Side Story" arranged for TTBB + piano by William Stickles. B&H, 1959. English lyrics only.
Leonard Cohen's 1984 standard arranged for TTBB + piano by Jonathan Wikeley in the Novello Choral Pops series, 2009.
This arrangement by Kenneth Neufeld of Fauré's charming and reverent Cantique de Jean Racine is scored for SSA chorus, accompanied by keyboard (with...
This setting of Pie Jesu from Karl Jenkins' "Requiem" is for soloists (SS), female choir (SSA) and piano accompaniment. B&H, 2005. Latin text...
Bernard Rose's 1974 short Mass setting for SSA + organ accompaniment. Roberton, 1976. Latin text only.
Leonard Bernstein's favourite from "West Side Story" arranged for SSA + piano accompaniment by William Stickles. B&H, 1957/8.
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